Understanding NFL Offensive Rankings And Statistics

Publié par hamza lion vendredi 26 juin 2015

By Ruthie Calderon


Winning while betting or in fantasy football depends on the accuracy of your judgment of the actual league. NFL offensive rankings will assist you identify how one team will perform against the other. Their attacking tendencies combine with their ability to defend to give an indication of their chances depending on their opposition for the day.

How teams rank depends on their score. Teams that score higher in a game will obviously rank higher than those that fail to score. However, their progress is likely to be hampered by a weak defense. There must be a good balance between scoring and conceding. Allowing your opponents to score means that you will lose points which affects your ranking.

Yard per play indicates the portion claimed by each team during play. Regular winners score higher on this end compared to losers. This is because the winners score more points, first down and eventual wins. Regular losers have fewer first downs and thus a lower score. This struggle with first downs and wins affects the ranking of a team.

A higher First Down does not always indicate wins or more possession. It should be noted that in 2012, the Cardinals were ranked position twenty seven but started with 3-0 first downs. They are however important in determining ranking and eventual strength of a team. They also combine with Rush Attempts to determine the position of a team.

During a bet or fantasy football, go for a team with a better Yard Per Rush rating. This signifies better quality of play. You are advised to be cautious especially when the league is still young. A poor run of form can be deceptive leading to huge losses. Teams have turned tables to post impressive results. It could be a seasonal defensive blunder.

Passing Attempts determine whether a team will win or loose. Attacking teams make more attempts and have a higher chance of winning. The attempts are therefore an indication of strength and potential. Defenders, however, slow down the advances of attacking players. It is therefore important to find a perfect balance.

Time of Possession indicates the number of times a team remained with the ball. For a team to score and win, it must retain the ball for the longest time possible. A longer period also indicates strength. In some cases, the other team may be better in defense and holding the ball. This is likely to offset an offensive team. A combination of both traits is desired.

Turnovers will make an average team great and an excellent team out of a good one. It indicates the number of offenses and how these offenses are used to their advantage. This may reflect strategy and individual skills by the players. Penalties aid in ranking teams based on which team takes the most penalties and whether these penalties are broken by the opponents or not. The factors will assist you in determining the team that is likely to win you more cash when betting.




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Understanding NFL Offensive Rankings And Statistics

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By Ruthie Calderon


Winning while betting or in fantasy football depends on the accuracy of your judgment of the actual league. NFL offensive rankings will assist you identify how one team will perform against the other. Their attacking tendencies combine with their ability to defend to give an indication of their chances depending on their opposition for the day.

How teams rank depends on their score. Teams that score higher in a game will obviously rank higher than those that fail to score. However, their progress is likely to be hampered by a weak defense. There must be a good balance between scoring and conceding. Allowing your opponents to score means that you will lose points which affects your ranking.

Yard per play indicates the portion claimed by each team during play. Regular winners score higher on this end compared to losers. This is because the winners score more points, first down and eventual wins. Regular losers have fewer first downs and thus a lower score. This struggle with first downs and wins affects the ranking of a team.

A higher First Down does not always indicate wins or more possession. It should be noted that in 2012, the Cardinals were ranked position twenty seven but started with 3-0 first downs. They are however important in determining ranking and eventual strength of a team. They also combine with Rush Attempts to determine the position of a team.

During a bet or fantasy football, go for a team with a better Yard Per Rush rating. This signifies better quality of play. You are advised to be cautious especially when the league is still young. A poor run of form can be deceptive leading to huge losses. Teams have turned tables to post impressive results. It could be a seasonal defensive blunder.

Passing Attempts determine whether a team will win or loose. Attacking teams make more attempts and have a higher chance of winning. The attempts are therefore an indication of strength and potential. Defenders, however, slow down the advances of attacking players. It is therefore important to find a perfect balance.

Time of Possession indicates the number of times a team remained with the ball. For a team to score and win, it must retain the ball for the longest time possible. A longer period also indicates strength. In some cases, the other team may be better in defense and holding the ball. This is likely to offset an offensive team. A combination of both traits is desired.

Turnovers will make an average team great and an excellent team out of a good one. It indicates the number of offenses and how these offenses are used to their advantage. This may reflect strategy and individual skills by the players. Penalties aid in ranking teams based on which team takes the most penalties and whether these penalties are broken by the opponents or not. The factors will assist you in determining the team that is likely to win you more cash when betting.




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